School of Liberal Arts and Education
Departmental Curriculum Goals & Student Outcomes
The Department Philosophy & Religion provides the following high quality comprehensive educational programming for its students:
- Curricula that prepares students for success in their chosen career path.
- Co-curricula and extracurricular activities that address contemporary issues.
- Faculty who are actively engaged in the teaching and learning process, conduct action-oriented research and community service, and partake in on-going professional development related to the teaching and learning function.
- Faculty who are effective classroom teachers, student mentors, and can integrate service-learning strategies into the curricula.
- Continuous assessment of degree quality and effectiveness.
- Acquisition of the necessary tools, skills, and competencies to successfully undertake a concentration within the major.
- Strengthen ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
- Develop critical thinking skills and problem solving skills.
- Acquire quantitative skills and technological proficiencies.
- Acquire ability to work in teams and demonstrate leadership skills.
- Achievement of career goals by pursuing their major course of study.
- Acquire global perspective and appreciation for gender, cultural, racial and ethnic diversity.
- Acquire knowledge of moral and ethical theory and traditions.
- Record of community service.
- Completion of a senior project/thesis.